Published by the Eastman Kodak Company, this booklet is date coded May, 1932.
These instructions gives us a look at amateur still photography from an early 1930s perspective. Lenses, equipment and composition techniques are explained.
The f stops and shutter speeds mentioned are obsolete. Most modern films have a different ISO speed than what was available in that era.
Picture Taking At Night (1932) was scanned at 600 dpi. All images were descreened, levels adjusted and light touching up was done here and there before combining all the TIF files into the PDF that was uploaded here.
It took over two hours to make this upload easy on the eyes. Please do not remove the book plate.